International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, AT
Head Center of Landscape Resilience & Management (CLR)
Dr. Florian Kraxner has been Deputy Director of IIASA’s Ecosystems Services and Management Program (ESM) since 2014 and was formerly Deputy Program Leader of the ESM Forestry Program. Dr. Kraxner also leads ESM’s Center of Landscape Resilience & Management (CLR) which concentrates on developing a biophysical land-use modeling cluster consisting of a biophysical Global Forestry Model (G4M), a process-based global agricultural model (EPIC), and a techno-economic engineering model for the assessment of renewable energy systems (BeWhere) which is relying to a large extent on information provided by the other two models. He has a longstanding research experience and publication track record in sustainable forest management, forest modeling, the socioeconomics and policies of the land use change and forestry sectors as well as sustainable biomass-based bioenergy, other renewables and Global Greenhouse Gas Reduction (GGR) Technologies.
Stakeholders´ feedback to scientists. What are the key focus areas for future science really relevant for decision makers? We strive for impact! How are we going to take this forward?
Closing remarks by: Raisa Mäkipää, Natural Resources Institute Finland: “Concluding summary of the conference – major findings and relevance of scientific work to policy processes” Florian Kraxner, Conference Chair, IIASA
The third day will bring together scientists from all parts of the world with stakeholders from policy, industry and CSOs. We will address the question of how scientific key findings can inform strategies and decisions of these stakeholders. The Science-Stakeholder Dialogue will stimulate exchange of scientific knowledge and the stakeholders’ perspective on the three themes […]